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Nov-Dec 2020 : UNBELIEVABLE READ ONLINE

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Information

Housing Information - Your Rights
Recovery skills
Housing help in England & Scotland: Your rights

Getting housing help from your local council in England and Scotland

Food for free

Street Food Special: This food issue goes back to the Pavement’s roots as the mag was set up to help homeless people have a list of where to find food, shelter and help for any addictions

the Pavement needs you!
Can you fundraise or donate so we can keep providing the Pavement free to homeless people?
Too good to be true?

If you know an employer is dodgy, please speak out. We have to stop these modern slave traders exploiting homeless people

News

Better than nowhere


Health & Wellbeing in a Crisis

To help you stay healthy during the Covid-19 pandemic the Pavement has created a booklet HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN A CRISIS. Please download to read.

News photostories 123: Nov - Dec 2019

Photostories from the Pavement team.

News Photostories 121: July - August 2019
Photostories from the Pavement team.
Line up

We Make Change Homelessness is a network of people who “believe homelessness is solvable”

News Photostories: May - June 2019
Photostories from the Pavement team.

Features

Survival stories

Our readers will know what difficulties they’ve faced during the Covid-19 lockdown. Here’s a shout out to some of the people and places who’ve offered help

Reasons to be cheerful

Where do you go when you are suddenly homeless? At writing workshops run by the Pavement we asked young people at New Horizon day centre in King’s Cross and the Pilion Trust in Islington, which runs the Crashpad youth shelter, to share ideas about how to pass time safely until life gets better again.

Stay upbeat when life gives you lemons
"Find a positive attitude. It's helpful because every day you'll face ups and downs. Don't give up."

Opinion

You've got a friend

Ideas for lockdown life with and without WiFi from the Pavement writers

Tough times
Lawrence Blake is dealing with insecure housing and mental health problems

Obituaries

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Your voice

Sharing your creativity
Thank you for reading our Health & Wellbeing in a Crisis booklet and then sharing your fantastic words and images created during lockdown. Contributions from Chris Bird, Raymond Reilly, Rosie Roksoph, Chris Sampson, Sheila Wells and Alyson. If you want to see your work published here, please email nicola@thepavement.org.uk
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